Maxed-out NVIDIA GeForce RTX™ 3070 for Laptops: Lenovo Legion 5 Pro Gaming Laptop Review

Grand Theft Auto V Benchmark Results

The fifth and most successful installment to date in the highly controversial Grand Theft Auto series brings a graphical overhaul to the PC version of GTA V which many have lauded as a superior approach in porting a console game to PC. Featuring large areas and detailing, GTA V is a highly challenging application in terms of scene complexity.

Our benchmark uses a run from Palomina Highlands running through a lush area to a remote road all the way to a neighborhood in our car to simulate multiple scene changes.

API: DirectX 11
FXAA Off
MSAA 4x
TXAA Off
Very High settings
Anisotropic Filtering: 16x
Motion Blur disabled
Advanced Graphics enabled
Vsync OFF

Maxed-out NVIDIA GeForce RTX™ 3070 for Laptops: Lenovo Legion 5 Pro Gaming Laptop Review - legion 5 pro
Maxed-out NVIDIA GeForce RTX™ 3070 for Laptops: Lenovo Legion 5 Pro Gaming Laptop Review - legion 5 pro
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  1. Is this laptop (lenovo legion 5 pro) better than the gigabyte aero 15 xc 3080 for content creator? Heavy 4K video editing? And some gaming. I would really like to know. I am in between these two laptops. I love the gigabyte oled screen but if the lenovo is better then I’ll go with this because it’s cheaper as well.

    1. If we’re talking about pure rendering performance, Its going to go down to the wire but a GPU won’t make a huge difference here. Upgrading RAM to 32GB or 64GB max would probably make Premiere Pro or Davinci work more smoother but rendering is going to be off only by a few mins so I say its not that big.

      If there’s no gaming involved I’d choose the Aero because its easy to proof your work on the OLED if color accuracy is a high priority. Otherwise, both laptops armed with 2TB SSDs and 64GB of memory upgrades would fare just as well against each other.

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